Indeed, that’s how long Alecia Moore – known more commonly as Pink – has dazzled the industry with her powerful-pipes and rebellious personna.
It’s surprising, though, that her incredible success hasn’t brought with it a chart-topping album on home-soil – until now. For, according to this week’s sales estimates, the 33 year old’s sixth studio album ‘The Truth About Love’ is on course to open at #1 on the Billboard 200 next week.
Eager to know what it’s set to sell to achieve the feat? The answer awaits below…
According to Hits Daily Double, the ‘Blow Me (One Last Kiss)’ led set to open with first-week sales of…
200,000 – 225,000
Nearest rivals, G.O.O.D Music are on course to debut at #2 with sales of 170k-190k, while Nelly Furtado‘s ‘The Spirit Indestructible’ is literally nowhere to be seen. However, its current iTunes position of #48 should give an indication of where it’s heading.
In any case, congratulations are most certainly in order for Pink. She’s one of the most consistent (and consistently underrated) artists in recent memory – so it’s great to see her finally achieving the success her talent calls for. And with new single ‘Try’ flying straight into the iTunes top 10 today, it could well be the legs that struts the album towards Platinum status in the months ahead. More power to her!